Walking food tour starts from Piazza Stesicoro at 9.30 am in the morning:
The first stop of the tour is San Giovanni Li Cuti, that you will reach thanks to the subway (ticket is included in the price). This place is a small fisherman village on the east part of the city. The peculiarity of this place is the black sand beach, thanks to the different volcanic eruptions and lava flows that occurred during the past.
Enjoying the seaside, you will finally have a Sicilian breakfast: granita plus Sicilian brioche.
Return back to Piazza Stesicoro, you will enjoy a lovely walking tour to have an historical overview of the city, of the alleys and the squares of the old town.
Stop to admire the Duomo Square, where you can take photos with the symbol of Catania liottru, and to visit the Duomo church.
From here you will head to the quaint fish market, better known as la pescheria, where you will taste local cheeses, olives and some exquisiteness in oil.
The third stop of the walking food tour Catania is the view from the outside of the Castello Ursino, a fortress built between 1239 and 1250 by the architect Riccardo da Lentini and wanted by Frederick II of Swabia.
Here, you will enjoy a tasting of typical Sicilian street food: arancini, small pizza, cipollina, cartocciata.
Finally, lets digest! In one of the finest kiosk of Catania you will quench with the typical fizzy drink made from fresh Selz and syrups, all freshly prepared.
Last stop of our Walking food tour Catania is the visit of a volcanic cave, where it flows a small part of the river Amenano.
Walking food tour Catania ends in the Duomo Square at 2.00 pm.